Tesco Green Thai Curry Paste Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Sauces / Soups
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Sauces
Newest Review: ... corn and sugar snap peas. I serve it with basmati rice and naan bread. I find this paste to be quite mild, which is great ... more
by - written on 27/08/12 (Useful, 123 readings)
Tesco Thai Green Curry paste comes in a 220g jar and currently costs £1.29 available on Tesco.com and in store. I love thai curries and decided to give this paste a go when I noticed it was a bit cheaper than some of the other brands. This curry paste is really easy to use. You simply stir fry it for a few minutes, then add your meat/fish/vegetables and cook them in the paste. You then add a tin of coconut milk and bring to the boil, then simmer for around 15 minutes until the sauce thickens to the desired consistency. The curry is then ready to eat. I like to make this as either a chicken or a prawn curry and I usually add onions, baby ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 173 readings)
Although I've been eating green Thai curry for years, my boyfriend had never tried it until recently. Now, he can't get enough of it, and I find myself making it regularly! When I started making it at home, I wasn't really sure how I'd go about making it from scratch, so I started buying jars of ready made green Thai curry sauce. I came across Tesco's green Thai curry paste and read the instructions, and decided to try making it myself. Since then, it has proved a big hit, and being so quick and easy to use means it's become a regular in our cupboard! The instructions on the side of the jar are simple, but are easy to follow. The curry isn't an expensive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/09 (Very useful, 825 readings)
Please note this is a review for Tesco's Thai Green Curry Sauce and NOT the paste as shown in the picture/product description. Unfortunately Dooyoo can't use the correct picture, so I'll try to describe the packaging as best I can: It comes in a glass jar with a black lid. The label is black with a picture of the curry and a silhouette of some bamboo in green. The word 'Tesco' appears in yellow, with the words 'Cooking Sauce' below that in white and then 'Green Thai' in yellow lettering. Beneath these words there is a small icon of a chilli with the word mild and the nutritional information. The sauce itself is very pale in colour, almost white, as it contains ... Read the complete review
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